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Episode 81 · 6 months ago

Yothers in the Hall

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On this one we are talking the Kids in the Hall return on Amazon Prime, ultimate fiber fumble, the rise of dead media, apologize to Tina Yothers, banning inedible things PLUS Nate's Notes wants to retire the Red Hot Chili Peppers

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What it does is breaches into your brain chemically and locate your happiest memory chemically and then blocks on that emotion. It reises it chemically and then it keeps your happy, happy. Hello, hello, hello, and thank you for tuning in to the selling out show where we screw up life at our leisure for your listening pleasure. I'm one of your host David Schultz, and over here, via the wonderful worldwide webs the information super highway, is my partner in crime, Nathan Gore Zinski. Nate, how are you, buddy? I'm great, man. I'm living this virtual world. Yeah, the the lawnmower man over there, look at you. Yeah, man, I don't know. I'm a walking meme. Yeah, yeah, you are me. You are mean tastic. I don't know what a reaption would read many of the but you are, yeah, something. Maybe you're an NFT. Could be can digitize you and sell you. Okay, I guess that's the hot thing. I heard that stuff. You know real quick, this wasn't a plan thing about NFTS. We're not talking about NFTS Today, folks. So there's just a Dave Tangent, if you will, going into the weeds. But when those first started coming out, every goes, hey, how stupid is that idea? Right, it's piece of digital art that you own exclusively, but anybody could take a screenshot of and, you know, basically share whenever they want. Idiots paying all this money for it. And then people were actually doing that and making bucket loads of cash over the whole damn thing. But look where we are now. They look like fools because the market is crashing on Ft. so enjoy that fad. I got. I could have seen that. Yeah, I got a bout my beany baby, it is sell you. That's what I got. Yeah, I got a see seat on the titanic. I would love to sell you. But we are going to talk about some fun stuff today. It we get an action packed episode, Nate might do some karate chops and kicks, maybe some backflips, whatever it takes to provide set action. We'll see. Yeah, if you're lucky, the day is young, so we'll definitely see where that goes. But first off, I am so excited I just can't hide it. I know, I know, I know something. or rather, because the kids in the hall have made their try, I outfit return on Amazon Prime. Now, if you have listened to this show with any regularity or the past, I don't know, basically handful of years, you would know that we love those kids in the hall from Canada. We like them so much they be I told people I was raised by a bunch of Canadians and drag because I was doing the lock and key kids stuff. My mom was working and I'd be entertained by the kids in the hall. So, you know, with them coming back, it's definite nostalgia booster. In ject that shit straight into my veins. And I've watched the entire series and they had a documentary called comedy punks, also on Amazon prime. Nay, I was harassing you via text. MMMY, have you seen this yet? What's going on, because I want to talk about it. Yeah, well, you know, it took me longer than I'd like to admit to finally check it out because there's just so much to watch. But once I started watching it, I truth be told, I haven't finished the season, but I did start it and I've gotten deep enough to feel that nostalgia bone tickled. You know. Uh, I was just talking about that surge, Dude. It was insane, like I don't not to spoil anything, but just the opening, like five minutes. That's enough to just get me so excited for the show. And Yeah, it's great, you know. I mean it is classic kids in the hall. We are obviously fans of kids in the hall. We've, you know, been known to use the sample from their movie brain candy in our intro some of our yeah and true. Yeah. So there you go, not to some anything. Basically, here we are, boom, we are ripping you off. But you know what, is that a love so it's okay. So you don't get a red penny from us, but alas, you get our heart warmed. Thanks, but yeah, it's I don't know. It's one of those things where we always talk about anticipation,...

...right being the big thing, that the main part of the event is waiting to get there. The excitement is palpable. And then when it finally arrives, you just mentioned there's some other things for you to watch. So pose are fraud date. Oh my God, you gonna drop everything and watch the kids in the hall? Was the matter with you? You know what's the matter with me is that I wasn't super, super into their last outing. The death comes to town. LIMN series. Yeah, so I just kind of colored my anticipation for this one. So, but I will say I I'm happy to have been proven wrong. Okay, well, let's get this out of the you know, right out the jump. Let people know this is not a review. We're not reviewing the series. There is no giving grades on this or spoilers in the traditional sense. We don't want to do that because I do highly recommend that you definitely check it out an Amazon prime because I want more seasons. I want to see more of this. I guess in a way that's a review itself. Right, that's kind of like me just lying to everybody right now. This is not a review, by the way. Watch it's great. Huh. Yeah, sorry, this is not a review, by the way. Yeah, awesome, yeah, exactly. Yeah. So who's the fraud now? Right me? Yeah, but I'll take it. I don't care. I'll wear that that freaking scarlet F on my sweater walk around town. No big deal, but I do. What I want to bring up is that I do have one complaint. Can you believe it? I just fluff that sucker up like nobody's business. I was just, Oh my God, the kids in the hall. Yeah, yeah, Whoo, Whoo, and then I'm like Aa, but I want to shit on something. That's right. Nobody's perfect now, nobody's nerfect, or Poe buddies nerfect, right, something like that. And for anybody who might consider this spoilery, maybe your muffs, I guess, because I'm not going to tell you exactly what happened, but rather I would like to discuss something that didn't happen. MMM, would that still be under the spoiler? I don't guidelines rules something like that. As far as me, you know, being a prick or what it's like an omission spoiler? Okay, I think it's okay, you're in the clear. All right. Well, you know, it's like everybody has expectations. Is something. If you watched star wars, you want to see a lightsaber battle between this person and if you don't see the the Lightsaber, you don't see this character do their signature thing, you go who the Hell wrote this? Where's a fan service on this? Come on now, right. MMM. So for me it was the iconic character buddy Cole, played by Scott Thompson, of the kids in the hall. Now he does appear, of course he's a fan favorite character. Right. So of course buddy Cole would have to be part of this whole revival. But where I was disappointed is because he doesn't do one of his signature monologs. MMM, and you don't get that the entire series. So you see Buddy Cole is a nice little sketch with him. It's enjoyable, but in you like, okay, well, you know what, we didn't get that monolog this time. Maybe a couple episodes down the line here. Nope, nothing, Zeros, squat, Nada. HMM. That's like saying, you know, like I went to go see Babe Ruth, waiting his home run. You Go, you go to see something for a desired effect, and I wanted that monolog. Yeah, like I had gotten far enough in the series where I saw his appearance. So you've now spoiled for me that there won't be any more buddy Cole to be had. But it's okay because now I'm not waiting for it. You've probably saved my viewing experience because I won't be just waiting for that. Yeah, for any listeners who aren't familiar with the buddy Cole character or kids in Hall at all, Buddy Cole is a you know flamboyant, almost cartoonishly gay character that Scott Thompson would play and his his most of his sketches back on the old series were to him just, yeah, doing a monolog, sitting there with a Martini in his hand and dishing about stuff and just being, you know, just funny and nasty and just caddy and and Super Gay and Super Awesome. And and he makes an appearance and the new ones, but he doesn't do one of those monologs, so you don't get the full immersion into buddy Cole land. But but it was still a satisfying appearance, if you ask. No, it was in on the other hand, I think about Scott Thompson himself. He...

...might have said, you know, this is my character, I don't want to do a monolog this time around. Fuck you, I do what I want with my own creation. You know I mean. And this is what I wanted to do with it, and he's earned every right to do so. But the same time I'm sure he must have known somewhere like they expect this of me, of this character. So in my legit and having my disappointment that we didn't get the buddy Cole monolog am I just a selfish pos maybe maybe it was to say who's the same? Well, hopefully whoever is enjoying this fine episode is the person to say they're sitting there right now going yeah, Dave, you know what, that is a very selfish and root of you. Or they're saying no, that's absolutely correct. You have every right to expect that type of performance. I don't know. HMM. If you haven't already checked out the kids in the hall, there is no better time than today, considering that every episode is streaming currently on Amazon prime. And Mind You, I am not getting paid to say that. NOPE, not getting a one red penny. But I just really recommend everybody check the series out and then, if you've already seen it, even better, go back and rewatch it and watch the new season, because I do in fact want mo I will say this, though, Nate, real quick, because I do want to get off the kids in the hall. That's fine, I want to get off on them. Leave them sticky. The first episode was very brave with some you know some spoilers, did you? Oh No, okay, I'm not going to say anything else. Let's move on. But you're right. Oh yes, yes, yes, see now you everybody wants to know what I'm talking about. So there you go. Go Give Jeff Bezoways your money and watch the kids in the hall. Yeah, so, nate, you know I am on the verge of my forty fourth birthday. Well, Mr Forty four, missure forty four, and it's freaking me out, man, I don't like this one. Yeah, I mean everyone, I think, after forty, I shit, everyone after thirty. I go through these like little emotional crisises, you know, every time I'm about to have a birthday. I'm on the verge, and I also do that thing where I've been saying I'm forty four for like the last six months, even though it's not my birthday yet. I project forward, which I probably shouldn't be doing because it just makes me, I don't know, more miserable about the whole damn thing, but I'm worry it's probably good. That's probably good. So you can kind of think it's hell. Yeah, you're getting yourself ready for forty four, you know, getting getting yourself ready for that next year. You're like giving yourself some time to get into it and get used to it, see how it feels walking around in it. You know, it's like a catcher's mit kind of ail in it up, putting some shoe strings around it, leaving it under the bed, getting it all worn and beat no, I s not even that. I don't know. What the Hell doesn't matter with me. I never I never have, I never will. Maybe by forty five I'll be able to assess my my illness is mentally here. Why I got to do the things I do. But right I was like, man, I don't know, I got to change something, something it's going to I'm a fat bastard. Oh, I look in the mirror. I go, Geez, you could shed like freaking fifty pounds. Guy, what are you doing? And I've got these weird eating habits, some of which I picked up from my mother, who we used to joke in my family she eat like a bird, but she wouldn't like eat all day and then like in a random time, she would just, you know, have her meal. Me, I'll sometimes, I won't you all day, but then right before bed or something, I eat that freaking big meal. Man, sitting in my belly not good. So that's the worst time to do. Yeah, it's right before bed and I know better. I mean, but I still it's just weird. Like I feel like if I eat, I'm going to get tired. So I some people, when they consume food, they actually, you know, get the thing called energy from it and go about their day. Me, I'm like, well, if I'm busy doing something I eat, it's going to slow me down. and I wonder actually a little bit if this comes from my drinking days, because back when I used to be a heavy drinkers like well, I can't eat right now, it's going to kill my buzz. Yeah, you know. Yeah, man, it's probably related to that and it's also a probably a matter of the types of food you eat. Like some foods are obviously gonna give you more energy and summer just going to weigh you down like a brick in your fucking stomach. Yeah. So, well, I don't know, being on brand with my life, my lifestyle, I'm just assuming some things are better than others. Like, I know process food is bad. How, I don't know, I've heard it, so I believe it sounds good. Sounds good, that process food no good for you, man. Huh. So I'm like, well, you know, maybe I'm going to invest heavily put some stock in breakfast cereal. Oh yeah, of course, yeah, as anyone would assume. Yeah, well, you know brekfast is...

...the most important meal of the day. Yet another thing I've heard that I'd have no scientific basis to believe other than just, you know, you'd be around the water cooler. Hey, you didn't. You know breakfast was the most important meal the day. Ha Ha ha, that's right, Shet but I was like, okay, well, let me look at some for some cereals. Okay, fruity pebbles, no, captain crushbean butter. Know that can't be good for my forty four year old frame. Oh Oh, look at this frosted mini wheats. Many wheats, many. Okay, that's good, I'll grand raising brand. Yeah, I'm going to grab at two scoops of this right here now, man, okay, sounds good, sounds great, right. You know, most people my age probably been eating healthier for a long time. Me, I have no idea what I'm doing. I didn't even pick it up and look at the nutritional label. I said, well, many wheat, okay, Chris, stuff. Well, like wheat is good for you and I want to be more mini than I am right now. Here you can write. There's the math that went on in my head with the Monkey, with the symbols. Yeah, that that totally makes sense. And so, but listen, I'm committed, man, I'm in it, I'm not giving up. So I don't know. I might read the label a little further, though. I don't know. No, you know, I'm sure frosted many weeds are better than fruity pebbles. Yeah, but I don't know by how much, you know, because that's the frosting is little kind of I don't know. Yeah, well, we're like, well, yeah, I'm still going to eat garbage, but at least it's a little less garbage esk or garbage ree or something a little less crappy for you. And you know, I'm just about to invent more words. They're around the wooden garbage. But yeah, okay. So let's just cut to the chase here. I I stuck with my guns and I started consuming the frost of maybe they're good. I like them. Yeah, I think they're pretty tasty, you know what I mean? I enjoy him. It wasn't like a torture to switch over and eat those, or even eat a bowl in the morning, probably covered in sugar. Well, one side, only one side. Okay, that's true. So you just flip it over and you like, well, this is healthy shit, this is like Kashi. This is what this is. Yeah, and you sleeks, yeah, right, the stuff that they really yeah, those are that's the stuff that people are like. The smell like Pachruli. Eat right there. MMM, so they got hacky sex and all right, so taste great. I mean, Oh, look at I'm doing so much good for my body. Look at me, man, I'm the new me, New Year, knew me. No, welcome to forty for Oh my God, my intestines are working over time. There is crisis going on somewhere in my belly. This guy is yelling at that guy, someone's pulling some levers, cranks are being turned. You are working over time and not getting paid for it. Young Man. Dude, I was destroyed in the worst way. Huh Really? Yeah, my my bowels could not take the brand, all that roughige, all that brand. Yeah, Dude, I mean you remember the old skit from snl about coal and blow? Yeah, well, this was freaking legit. Like, I mean, I couldn't even control myself. I went to the park of my kid to play catch and luckily the park is like right next to my house and I was like, ohh, you hear that, that Little Gurgle? It's something's happening, and who? And I had a rush back home and it was almost like if I didn't make it in time, something bad was going to happen, like publicly. Yeah, yeah, so it. I mean I'm looking at the box after I'm like what is it? What is it disrupting my life, and it's saying that's got a lot of fiber. Yes, a lot of fiber. That's what brand is. Yeah, well, I may being me, I have no idea the benefits or otherwise to fiber. Hmm, I mean so, I didn't know. I if I ate a whole bowl of this, it might have some kind of side effect to that nature. Yeah, well, they that's what people the reason older people usually eat that stuff is because they get constipated. It keeps you, your system moving. It can't like scrapes out your coal and all that roughige, all that fiber. I think. I don't know. I'm not a doctor either, as it was like swallowing aloofa yeah, exactly. Imagine that mini we scrubbing the inside of your cold, just kind of taking everything with it sounds sounds awesome. Yeah, I'd rather hire a maid. That's right. I'd prefer because they should put a warning on the box, like don't eat a whole bowl of this for the uninitiated. Slow down, like just try like two of them please. They don't like, don't put...

...any more than two in your bowl. Ramp up to the yeah, exactly right. Yeah, right, like fucking track runner doesn't just a automatically like do a marathon or something. They write do this sprints first and whatever training they do. Yeah, and I know I sound like the stupidest man in America, which I would be if it wasn't for the geop. So thanks for making me smarter than I really am, because at least I'm not as dumb as you. But it's Marjorie's allegree. You Go, right, right, I've all I got his fiber underneath my belt. What's your excuse? So she's got a gun. Yeah, so, anyway, I it's been two days now and I'm still hurting with my old man. Cereal is what I call it, because it seems like the responsible thing to eat. Have you been still eating it, like regularly? Well, for two days, so for two more US now. All right, I have can. I didn't know if you meant I didn't know if you meant it's two days later and I'm still hurting from them. No, no, I'm being kind of a little bit, you know, I'm not. That's the other thing they should put on the box, like if you're not constipated, don't eat it. HMM, like, watch out right, look, aw, you're not gonna eat x LX if you don't have to, if you're not constantated, right, you're not gonna. You know. So you know. This is, I assume, in that same category shirts like don't be drinking met a musible before a first date. Yeah, you know, is there something they should put? Yeah, I'm going to assume him. I see American way. I'm going to be the guy, you know, fucking screw the woman who burned yourself with that coffee at Mickey D's. I'm going to be the guy who's sued frosted miniweats. Take the because I'm here. You almost pooped yourself a couple times. Yeah, I'm not even really. That's it. That's that's enough. That's my participation trophy. I nearly poop myself. I'm going to go to court with that, you know, when they're dealing with murders and real crime. I'm going to clog up the judicial Shistem, let's say, your honor. I nearly shut my pets thanks to these frosted mini Wa's. Case closed and go from there. But if anybody has any tips on what I should do for my health other than eating more process crap, feel free to contact this I would like to know. I really want to take someone's advice. But here's the other thing, too, is I don't like the whole concept of its diets like that, these crazy things like, oh, you can only eat with something in the size that the palm of your hand, or the Cato Kido diets and all this other stuff. Just give me something regular, like something any average human being can do without much sacrifice or effort. That's what I know. That's that doesn't seem like too much to ask. No, you know, selling every yeah, everybody in America is looking for that same thing, selling out show at GMAILCOM. You let me know what I could do, or just tell me what I could eat. It's not like I don't know. And you said everybody else is looking for it. But I mean I think if it were easy enough, if it were as easy as you're looking for, then I think more people would be successful with that. It's what I say. All right, all right, let me let me clarify then, because I'm not looking to be like, I know I mentioned like I could use to lose fifty pounds, your fat ass, I get it, but maybe it's more for me just like, okay, well, what should I be doing to be a little bit healthier? Now? I understand. Jog, do some exercize, whatever you give me. Maybe. What do you do? You Eat? What do you do? I don't want to be I don't know. I don't want to be on the not saying like I'm on the biggest loser or something, that TV show where's a bunch of freaking, you know, humongous people trying to lose all these pounds. I'm just saying, like I'm I'm turning forty four, I want to live a little bit longer, maybe so I can keep podcasting with you. Well this, I mean, yes, it would be great. Somebody out there, if you have any suggestion, if you're maybe a nutritionist and you can give us some free advice so we don't have to pay you for it. Yeah, for the knowledge than that Isy. And he don't going off of me anything with fruit. I don't eat fruit. Well, that's okay, because fruits a lot of sugar. Actually, yeah, like, I know a little bit, and fruit is actually people, a lot of people assume that fruit is a healthy thing, and sure, it's healthier than eating a candy bar, but honestly, if you're really trying to like lose weight and cut down your carbs and all that, like sugar. There's a lot of sugar and fruit. That's like that's why fruit is sweet. You know, it's fucking all sugar. Yeah, so fuck that front, fuck that man, no way hose a goodbye fruit. No, but I mean, I don't know. I was thinking, I I'm glad you defended my decision to live our fruitless existence, because I sure I was waiting, you know, thinking someone's gonna be like Hey, yeah, dummy, you like, Hey, anybody out there tell me how I...

...can live a better life and eat some simple things that might in you know, improve the longevity of my existence, and you're like, oh, but no, fruit. How could I breathe better but I don't like oxygen. HMM, I just don't. Just well, I think it's going to be a little more than than switching to frosted many weeds, and it's a stand. I think that's what anyone's going to tell you. It's a beginning. Every everything is baby steps. Something has to start somewhere here, nate, sure, and I know that's started with Frost and many weeds. I did get raisin brand to I haven't cracked that open yet, but I don't like raisins. Well good, because raisins are all sugar to fuck. My my mother when I was a kid, my mother, like I never ate raisins really as a kid, but my mother used to say I would rather you have a chocolate bar than a raisin, because at least the chocolate bar melts and is out of your mouth, like the raisins just get stuck in your teeth and it's all sugar, like they're. They usually like sugar coated, especially when they're in raising brand. But I don't know, I like raising brand? Yeah, I don't. And raising the raisin brands probably going to make you shoot yourself even more, or at least as much, because it brand is in the title. Yeah, fiber brand, don't fiber brand brand, fiber colon. Blow, yeah, cold and blow. That's IT, baby. I don't know, I have no idea what I'm doing. So, but I would be forty four. So, yeah, that's that's right. That's enough about that, I guess. But you know, I guess kind of keeping in the theme of being forty four years old, as I've got to see a lot of things go away, be invented then go away again, and one of those things that recently I'm kind of shocked that people are back into, and stop me if you heard this. Okay, physical DV F DVD CDs really yeah, like the compact discs. I I've gone to some bookstores and they have healthy CD sections and I see people browsing them with, you know, enthusiastic eyes, looking for some hits to listen to on. Apparently the CD player they must still own, because otherwise, what good is a thing other than just a little shiny friezebee a coaster? Yeah, coaster right. And I mean, you know, when I moved one time, I gave away all my CDs. I'm like, I use yeah, they're nothing, waste of money. These frigging CDs. But they're back, baby, they're back. So dead media be damned, CDs are making a comeback. It was bound to happen, man. The first was yeah, the LP's, we're coming back. Everyone's collecting vinyl again, and then cassettes. I even saw it's like that. The whole hipster crowd is just like, you know, Oh, it's almost I don't want to say kitche but like kind of trendy or whatever, funny to collect these old things. You know, it's like ironic or something. But but I also think that it has to do with collecting. Like you people love listening to music, but I was always kind of a collector to with that stuff, just like you have comic books. I mean I collected CDs. I had hundreds of CDs, and I mean I definitely think that there's something to holding a physical copy of something. I do understand that. It's just that after awhile it gets to be so much to move around. They collect collect dust. You know that they get scratched, like an MP three is not going to get scratched, you know. So, I mean I don't people talk about the quality being better on vinyl, for example, but vinyl scratches, vinyl gets fingerprints, finyl. You know, it's it's imperfect. Yeah, but well, you know, I understand the collectibility of it because there are a couple CDs now I kind of wish I did have back just just for I like the albums that much. Yeah, I almost want to like frame them like you would with a record or something, because it's just like wow, that brings me a lot of joy, even though I have a little plastic disc on my desk that I can just tell it to play the same songs whenever I want and I get the same quality and on demand. Man, you know so sure, but one of those albums for me would be David Bowie earthling. Oh Yeah, I really love that album. I am unapologetic for with how much I think that's one of his best records. Yeah, I mean, Clint agree, I see you're one of the rare few. There's so many other people wh would be like, out of the whole David Bowie Catalog, how could you say or even pick earthling to be even like a top five? And for me it's just a lot of electronica going on there. So it's a little, you know, divergent in some of his classic material. But you know, back in the S he was doing a lot of experimenting and successfully. Yeah, but earthling to me is just great. And I mean do I have a CD play are? My wife has one...

...in her car. I probably would not be like hey, let's listen to Earth because she doesn't care for it. So what would I do with it? I would just have it on a shelf and be like that's a great album that I ask my little smart disc to play for me, rather than to listen to this. Yeah, you know what I mean. At least you got the artwork and the whole I don't know. Yeah, the collectible thing, the linexing notes. Yeah, I think earthling and the album before it outside we're both couple of his greatest albums. I mean, Hey, it's a lot different than all the s material, and I mean of course the s material. It's that S era. But he was doing some like dark stuff and it was, yeah, really experimental electronically. He was very up to date with like state of the art, with the music technology. He's always been pretty good about that, like trying out new styles of music or trying out new technology from making music. Hell, earthling wasn't one of the songs on that like the first ever MP three available online or the first song released online? Is it telling lies? But I believe it was, is a matter of fact. Yeah, so, just like paint, totally cracking the door open on that. Hello Napster. You can thank David, but it's funny because anybody under a certain age would probably like what the Hell's napster? Yeah, what is that? What is that? Oh my God, like there's a generation I used to be like, oh, yeah, we used to roll down the blockbuster. Well, what that? But still just see people like going through CDs like it's one thousand nine hundred and ninety five again. To me I'm like, wow, this is great, but also a little terrifying. I don't know what to make of it. You know, it's weird. I think that another fact that we're kind of overlooking when we're talking about how we wish we had held on to our CDs is that I've seen a lot of talk online about how much old copies of certain albums go for that are out of print. Like like a lot of them are worth a ton of money and there's a lot of them that I'm kicking myself for getting rid of. I mean I had most of, for example, like skinny puppy, my favorite band. I had most of their catalog singles, EPS, full albums, like something like twenty nine discs. I think I had some somewhere around there between twenty and thirty. And, and I mean a lot of those, it turns out, are worth a lot of money now and I don't know where the hell most of my should it is so, but but see, that's like any have collectibility to point where they're actually worth something. Yeah, some of them do that. Yeah, and I mean yeah, like you figure, the discs get scratched or whatever. I was never good at keeping them pristine. I don't know if they have to be in order to be I'm sure the price goes up if they are, but I think even just having the packaging and the whole the whole thing is like, yeah, just worth money just as a piece for a lot of these. Well, I mean these, you know, when you think of it, like relating it to comic books, why are Comic Book Books Worth Anything? Well, first someone needs to want it right, there's going to be demand for it. But the other thing too, is a lot of people were buying things in the s automatically protecting them and saying, okay, well, I get these, I'm investing in this and this. That's what this is. I'm speculating. This will be worth something in certain amount of time, so I'm going to protect it wholeheartedly. Well, guess what? The comics that first came out in the S S S kids rolling them up, put him in their back pocket. So it's really difficult to find any and good condition whatsoever. Yeah, right. But now, when we talk about CDs, I'm thinking these things were mass produced. But yet again, because it was, or is, I mean technically dead media, a lot of people just chuck them away, or the sat and Abasement, or they get damaged from mold or you know, whatever the case may be here. But the big difference, I think, is while comics, right, there's a lot of reprints out there. You can still read the stories, get again with the music, it's just like, I don't know, there's not an exclusivity to it. Maybe right, right, because you can find it elsewhere, you know. Yeah, and it's not the original, it's not the first print, it's not the this format of it, but the purity, the rawness of it is still just the music itself. So maybe I don't know. But yet again, it's almost like a book, right, regular book. Geez, I want the first print of this. I can't have the second or third print. I need the original because whatever there's, it's rares is unique. So yeah, but the CDs, man, I don't know. It's just the Egal strange hold on to a people. If you still got them, you could probably make some money off of them. Not even talking about Ebay or something. Just go down to your used book shop or something else. Be a man, you sell CDs. I got these and you len never know. You never know. I think...

...you'd be better off, like with most things, going online, but yeah, you never know. Yeah, I mean I don't know. I did a lot of like selling old CDs and, you know, shamefully, also some stolen merchandise and things when I was using and I remember it would be like Oh, some discs you'd get. In the beginning it was like you get five dollars for a use CD and then eventually was like Oh, I'll give you a dollar for like three cdss. You know they yeah, they just went down and value. But now here they are. They're fluctuating back up again and again, certain limited edition records or import you know, late we used to have like import versions of certain albums. Yeah, I was thinking about some of those, like old Mike Patton projects, like the weird little boy CD that had like an interesting package and everything, like a lot of these, for example, but a lot of these discs out, you know, some of them at special packaging that were unique. And you know what wasn't just the basic jewel case. And Yeah, certain things, I'm sure, worth more than other things now, but we did not have the for sight's MMM, or the probably the space or desire to take the shit around says. This is coming from a guy right now. I'm I have a box of VHS tapes over here. Yeah, and I mean like I don't watch VHS anymore, but I can't bear to throw them away. And I can't imagine that worth much money, but you never know. Look at that, this copy of Major League. WHO. There you go, the Charlie Sheen vehicle with Corbin Burns and Tom Barringer. Yes, indeed, so this one was labeled for sale for twenty nine cents, but now it could be worth a cool mill if anybody wants to buy it, I'll sell it to you right now for a million dollars. I will autograph it for you and everything. This is mentioned it when you write in about a serial advice. Well, if you write down here, I happen to have a copy of a hit film that's recently gotten a sequel after thirty five years. I believe this is top gun, but a lot of people don't know. This is actually from teenage others private collection, there there by increasing the value wholeheartedly. For the those who don't remember, tiny others was the actress, the little sister on family ties. That's right. So there you go. This totally is jacked up on the price. And then Tina others, actually interestingly enough to bring her up now. Did you think she was a Hottie or what? You want to pound that she was like eleven on that show. Oh yeah, I guess it's kind of creepy. Oh now, what have I done? No, man, but I mean I was probably even younger, so I I at the time. I never found her attractive, particularly attractive, but a lot of those TV shows, like it was a different level of star power back then, you know what I mean, like they did just hire people on looks alone back then. It seems like you see a lot of kind of ugly stars back then. Okay, well, I mean I totally came out of the gate the wrong way. been like hey, you want a pound tena others? Huh. I always even remember remember Michael J Fox's little sister on that first it come. He was on. Yeah, I'M GEE hot. Yeah, I know that's terrible because I really should have been like, oh, yeah, I didn't you think she was an attractive actress or something? But no, I'm like, you want to hit that? You want to get knee deep up in that Shit now, do you? Huh, UH, Huh. But I mean sorry, you know, you say like actors back in the s didn't necessarily have to be attractive. Maybe I don't know if it's like the rose tended glasses or something, but I mean look still counted in the s a for the most part, you would think. But then you do start thinking about these some of these sitcoms, and you go, Geez, that actress look a little busted up, like nowadays, no matter how good a chops were acting ability, would they have hired her knowing that she kind of has the average girl face. It's nothing unique or right about it or nothing that says Oh Lala, MMM, look it. I know. Well, you figure even on family ties. You figure the other kids, like Michael J Fox wasn't a bad looking guy, and Justin Bateman, the only other sister, was hot. I mean, you know now I might creepy. Held was you on that? Yeah, you are creeping. You always been creepy, though, so it's okay, that's right. Justin Batman will always be pretty hot. I don't I don't know if that's true. Don't quote me on I haven't seen what she looks like lately, but she stayed hot for a while. Yeah, watch out for her boyfriend nick. Oh, that's right, I make got out of garbage. Yeah, he was an artist man, he had...

...a daddy here. Yeah, that's Pretty Pretty Asily, I like the lost boys, that's what yeah, rocking that style. And I'm sorry, tiny others, if you're out there, I didn't mean to be like, Oh yeah, you're fuggly. You know I mean. Sorry, teagether, I'm sorry, tiny others, I'm sorry, I but you know, I mean this being the top gun from your personal collection. You did come up and I'm sorry, I just don't get it. I don't get I still don't know how you ended up with that, with that tape. Well, you know, here's the other thing. To like team beat magazine, all that stuff. That existed probably like one thousand nine hundred and eighty four. She must have had like a pin up, like not like in a Pikiti or nothing. That's the saddest pin up. The others Pinn but like her hair all teased up. Is like her sitting on a couch or something, but like the Tina others expose a and someone cut it out and slapped it on their wall next to their bond joey poster or something like. Oh, I think TV. The others so hot because she's like natural sherds Meer babysit her. I don't know. Yeah, poor teen, the others, Quartina, the others man. Yeah, yeah, I mean, I'm trying to think now, like I guess the Child Stars back then they were of a higher caliber than Tina the others. I don't know what is up with her. Well, this's the other thing too. If you think like the facts of life, you have Blair, who is like, you know, come Um Bo. I'm Michelle Blonde, right, and then he had natalie. Oh, Mindy kne yeah, yeah, but she was like supposed to be this Tom boy. I mean she was. She was a lesbian. Oh yeah, I don't even need to like revisit any of her dates shows, the lesbian. Oh, they're both lesbians. Okay, they were together, they were hanging out together, they were freaking flicking the beans. That's what they were doing. No, but you're right. Is here in your scissor and you're right. You're right. Joe Was a lit okay, Natalie, I could have been. Yeah, probably, I mean, who knows, because she was just like what was up with her? She definitely, in my mind, she was. Yeah, right, so, I mean, but like she wasn't a looker. Yeah, for shoes, making bank. She's bringing home the fucking bacon baby, because she was on the facts of life. Who's Dick was mindy coin and teen the others sucking get that job, to get those job. Yeah, there's some harvy wine stem shit going on back then with those underage actors, is sure, which Swartz? Let's look up the executive producers of said shows, and they are like, yeah, you want the want the role, but now we're getting even creepy, because they were like kids when they first started. I know, I feel really dirty. Well, there's a well, there you go. There's a reason why we never saw him again after those shows ended. Because they weren't fucking enough dicks to suck in the world. Taking them fuggly broad's a fucking GIG. That was a problem. I'm terrible, guys, you know I'm here, you know I respect everybody, but I mean, this is a locker room talk. Now, I guess I think we're in a gray area because we were younger than these characters on these shows, than these actresses, when we were young. So they were, they will perpetually be older than us. Yeah, thanks. Oh well, I guess that's how time works. Yeah, it's older than you. They will always be older than you. That makes sense. Yes, that checks out. Yeah, but I don't know. But so somehow it's okay that we're saying these things about teena others. Yeah, exactly. It's just like saying it. Well, you would totally a fucking nailed Judy Garland, wouldn't you? And you like well, cheese and the wizard of Oz. She was like fucking thirteen dude, it's some matter with you. Yeah, yeah, it's messed up, just as you would have been hit one of them flying monkeys. Cheese, skinky, she can say some bad about some child actors, Oliver from the Brady Bunch. Yeah, you totally smash it. Come on, that fucking Jinks, good for nothing geese aluise. But anyway, let's let's get away from this as far as we can't. Let's run away. Oh Lord, Hey, you know, nate, I guess something here in my pocket I want to show you. Oh Man, I fell over that before. Oh Yeah, yeah, look at this thing. I can't believe that this was in my pocket. What is it? Can you see it? Holy Shit, a wagon weed. Yeah, I got a wagon wheel with a cream in the middle. there. What do you call these things? Like a peanut butter sandwich? That's like a Britz, bitch, cracks, like a sandwich, cracker, ris BITs. It's it's some kind of a cracker with cream in the middle. You know, you know what I'll do? Yeah, I'm going to post this on instagram so people can see it. So, if you follow something out shown Instagram, I will. This will be out on our whatever feed or page. Or whatever when the show is released. But Yeah, look at that, it's in my pocket. That's gorgeous. Is it is? Is it real? Is it all looking around? Oh this, that's the million dollar question right there. Andy. Is it real? No, it's not. It's an eraser. Get the fuck out. Seriously, it's a fucking pencil eraser. So that looks as real as real can be. Right, it does. You could probably take a bite out of that right now. I would have thought it was real, except that I...

...know you and I know that your Germaphobia would never let you keep a loose cookie in your part. That would probably wouldn't happen very often now. But here's the thing, right, this got me thinking, yeah, I see this on my kitchen table, like, oh my God, look at the how authentic this thing looks. It looks literally like a little cracker. This is unbelievable. And I picked it up and that's when I dawned on me. It's a racer. So I go, could you imagine, all right, bunch of kids decide this looks tasty, I'm going to eat it right now. If a thousand children of color decided to eat this eraser, it's no problem. No big deal and I'll dummies. You fucking morons. You letting your kids eat fucking a racist. You kids are as stupid as you are. But what if one blond haired white child ate this or try to eat this and choked on it? What do you think would happen? HMM, they probably stop selling them. Yeah, they're probably a band on erasers that look like food or anything edible. You know, they're probably be some dude out there, some paulity. Oh, how dare my child be exposed to this race of it looks like a Ritz Bit's cracked. Look at it. It literally looks like a real Ritz bits. Who can resist that? Rits bits, you know what I mean. You know, I like to have more faith in human nity. Then then what you're talking about. But then I remember that you you live in Texas. Yeah, I always forget. So I guess the point of this exercise is band fucking assault rifles. Yeah, so that's all I had to say about that. But yeah, so we were going to do a little exercise here where we're going to name every ice cream flavor on the earth, but we realized, or at least I realize, that that be impossible to do before we died of old age. So, in lieu of naming that, I'm sorry to all the ice cream enthusiasts out there. I'm sure that's playing them. They must be ice cream fan clubs, the Baskin Robin Boys, maybe they're a gang. That's not even to bring up a Sherbet and yeah, it's a lot of Sherbott you got some Serbert? Yeah, Hlato, frozen yogurt. Come on, possibilities are endless here. I would like to take a moment of our time to thank the partners of our program if that's okay with you, nate, I would love that. Cool with that? Yeah, I'll actually leave this little this fucking eracer of doom right here, this lethal fucking knick knack, chatch key. HMM, could you actually call in eraser at Chatchkey, because it actually has a purpose. Chatchkey's it's tend not to. It's a knick knack, it's a it's to chatchkey. It's bric a Brac oh. Yeah, one of those things, one of those one of those friggin things. Say whatever word you want for it, but Um, listen, I am a vapor. I loved to Vape I'm about to vape my fucking brains out during the nate's note segments, and there's only one brand of e liquid that I enjoy, and that is provided by northland vaporcom. Now, northland has some brick and mortar retail locations that you can more than welcome to go visit if that's your thing. But I guess what, they got a website Northland vaporcom, so you can go there for all they're awesome e liquids, among some other vaping products that are sure to come in handy. I Love Northland Vapor. Please take my advice on this. We also have Alpine Hempcom. CBD, baby, it's here. It's here to stay. I mean so many people are realizing the benefits of CBD in their lives, all the various ways that it can in fact help them, from relaxation to stress relief and cheese, just about everything you can think of. Now Alpine hemp even has pet friendly products as right, pet friendly products, so your pup can enjoy the benefits of CBD as well. Now they can be found Alpine hempcom. At both sites, northland vaporcom and Alpine Hempcom, you can save nineteen percent off your entire order by using code selling out nineteen. Now that's not all, folks. They also have some other companies underneath their banner. If you're into the Delta Line of products, you can check out death by Gummy bearscom and Wonky Weedscom for Delta Gummies. I mean, I think got the Delta, the Delta Eight, the Delta Ten, the Mississippi Delta. It's all there, baby, so don't miss out on that. Last but not least, I do want to thank spunk lube. Oh boy, the spunk lube. I use it on a regular basis. You want to know why? Well, because it makes life easier, baby, especially when you're trying to get down and dirty with your own lady, MMM, slippingslide summer's ear.

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...again, relistening to earlier stuff like the mother's milk record and the aforementioned blood sugar sex magic, I can definitely say that it's not just the age of this one listener. The peppers went through a lot of changes after that era in the early S. without going into their whole bio, their guitarist, John fruschante, had a lot of mental health in addiction issues which led him to leave the band. In one thousand nine hundred and ninety two. The Chili's went through a few guitarists trying to find a replacement, including Dave Navarro of Jane's Addiction Fame. Eventually, a newly sober and clear headed frusciante returned to the fold in one thousand nine hundred and ninety eight. I remember being so happy to hear him back with the band when Californication was released the next year. Now there are a few great tracks on that record and it certainly brought the band more success than ever. I believe Californication was their best selling album overall, but it marked a change in direction musically that seemed to chart a path they've stayed on ever since. Where blood sugar had strange percussive experimentation and truly lush arrangements, californication began this era of simpler single note plucking by Fruschante and a more sentimental melodic vocal style by Ketis, who really doesn't have a great singing voice. The rhythm section can rarely be criticized, but even a lot of the grooves kicked out by Flea and Chad Smith have seemed kind of repetitive and uninspired me these last couple decades. Listen to the Song Danny California from two thousand and six is stadium arcadium album for a perfect example of what I'm talking about. Compare that song to something like breaking the girl from blood sugar, sex magic and tell me there hasn't been a drop in quality. But Nate, the Chili peppers are going strong. They draw huge numbers. How can you say this? Well, mass appeal rarely equates to good writing. catchiness may be cool, but it doesn't always satisfy the listener, especially when there's evidence of greatness elsewhere in their catalog. I know I'm being a hater and I'm sure there's at least some element of nostalgia flavoring my perspective. I have a lot of good memories that involve listening to those early s records, but I really don't think the Chilis have come close to the heights they hit on blood, sugar, sex, magic or even the previous album mother's milk, ever since. I need to specify that I have not yet listened to the brand new record, unlimited love. Maybe I'll be surprised. I heard a single off it called black summer, which made me think of Danzig's old song dirty black summer. And there was a respectable guitar solo from Frushan today, who's back again after another split from the band, by the way, during which the Chili's released two albums with this dude, Josh Klinghoffer, on Guitar, but as decent as the solo is, on the new single, John Frushanti mostly falls back on the same low effort single note melody trick, and Keytis is his usual mediocre self. I don't know, I'm starting to think maybe I only liked key to this back then because I was young and he wrote Naughty, sexy lyrics. Anyway, I'll try to give the new album a shot. It's really not fair to pass judgment on a band without hearing what they're writing. Now I guess I probably should have done that before I wrote this whole thing. It could end up changing my whole perspective on this band, but I seriously doubt it. I think I'm just chilied out. So, Dave, I think I'm I don't know. I just don't know if I'm getting old or if I just have noticed. The Chili seem like they're kind of phone edit it in the last fucking thirty years. Yeah, well, I can definitely identify why you enjoyed the earlier s material. Yeah, Anthony, Keytis was a beefcake. That's it. Maybe that's him running shirtless down a beach, the hair flowing, bouncing. Yeah, yeah, now I can't agree with you more. I mean, if someone was to say to me, David, name some of the best albums of all time, blood sugar, sex magic would definitely be on that list. But she's a quality fell off. Well, you mentioned californication. Was Okay. So it didn't exactly like yeah, I get pushed off a cliff, but it it hasn't been good lately at all. I mean, I...

...can't even listen to the Chili peppers now. So I was like, Hey, we want to listen to the new record, I'd be like, Nope, no, thank you, not interested, not even one bit, because Anthony Keytis. Yeah, I mean to me that's number one. He can't sing. Okay, okay, he's going to scat his way or try to scat his way into your heart with some silly, ridiculous lyrics that make no sense, which even to itself, I don't have a problem with. But it's just become a stick. Absolutely anybody could make fun of and just kind of like satire the whole thing and be like you here a satire and think it was legitimately the Chili peppers. It's true. So that's sad, bad. Yeah, I'm glad kind of to hear this as I don't know it's as much as we're critiquing this band. It makes me kind of happy to hear you say that because I when I was writing this, I wasn't sure if you were going to be like well, that's you know, because I know when Californication came out, you and I were both super we were, first of all, we were roommates at the time and it was yeah, and it was such an awesome thing to hear that John Fruschante was back with the band. If you remember, that was like the big news, right and and yeah, I mean the first single came out scar tissue and it was milatic and it's pretty and it's cool and yeah, there's a few cool songs on that album. But yeah, it just kind of like if you listen to anything pre that album, I will except, except for the one hot minute album, which was the one I mentioned. Dave Navarro from James Addiction was the guitarist on. Like that album's kind of like its own thing. It's just doesn't sound like any of the other chilie. I like that album, hounds. I I think it's pretty good myself. Are, you know, a handful of songs I really like on it, but you know, some of it sor right. But as far as like frushant, I'm like what the Hell? Like Fruschante, John Fry Shante, was such a unique guitarist, like to anyone who's not familiar, the Chili peppers started with this Guy Hill Else Slovak playing guitar and and then there was another guitarist named Jack Sherman, who actually played on the first Chili peppers record because hillolse Slovak was doing another project at the time. Whatever he'll else Slovak was the founding guitarist of the band and then after a couple albums he overdosed on heroin and died and they were trying to fill his spot and when the mother's milk album that that was the first album to come out with this new guitarist, John Frushante, and he was the young guy in the band who was this kind of wonder kinned, you know, super talented, almost hendricks style guitarist. If you listen to that early Shit Man, that Guy Wales on the get car, he's so unique. He does he sounds like a funky or Hendrix almost, and I don't know, man, like somewhere the the thing is right when he left, right after blood sugar, sex magic, he got he himself got way into heroin. Yeah, and if you remember, there's like all right, remember, you could still go watch them. There's footage you can see of John fruschante kind of aimless after leaving the Chili peppers and he's like about a hundred pounds, soaking wet. He looks like all his teeth a rat out of his head. He's like half conscious being interviewed by some like French news magazine or newspaper or something, and he's showing this this report or some new material he's working on on his acoustic and it's like incoherent. He sounds just like a mess and I at the time I was like man, that dude is just he's gone, he's about to die, and it's great news that John Fruschante did not die and it's great news that he got back with his old band, but it just seems like, yeah, it's just kind of coasting along. If you listen to the old Shit and you listen it, you know what? It ties back to my nates notes from the last episode about that guy was better before he got sober. Yeah, I'll say it. Earlier in this one we talked about David Bowie and how he changed. That everybody knows he was like a mused to call chameleon. But yet, despite all that, I mean some people could slander his early stuff because that's where he really hit the big time. Let's dance and say he was a sell out. You know, okay, whatever, pattern love, Hey, but that happens to everybody. Write the Chili peppers even. Okay, if you look at the progression of the music that they made over the years, when they were like more rough, more punk rock, then Funky, and you know, George Clinton was one of their producers and then, as time went on, was his name? Old Rick Ruben was...

...one behind blood sugar, sex magic, and it was more polished and experimental and like the evolution of sound, of their sound. Yet when they did hit that success, so like, okay, well, this is what we're doing, well, this is what we're getting paid for. Let's not change it, right, but let's keep this going and, as you just mentioned, for thirty whatever fucking years. Yeah, okay, so, cheese man. It's like one thing to sell out right we all kind of aspire to it in a way because you get paid. But the same time it's like, all right, man, that well is fucking dry. It's drier than dry. That well is drier than a nun's twat on Sunday. Okay, you, and at this point too, they could just hang it up. Yeah, so'll be rich and still be wellknown and still be famous today. You know, Anthony keyts cheese, your story is something else. I mean his life story is unbelievable. Sure he's got a book. Yeah, I'm sure, sure he does, but it's called scar tissue. Both see you go bigget a bad, bige a boom, but I don't know, man. So you're like, well, are you still doing it because the passion of it? Do you owe alimony? What's going on here? Because it's not interesting anymore. It's not good. It's like how many times do we have to hear rook this shity good up, put up a door bay. Okay, we got that in nineteen, ninety four, nine, hundred and ninety two. We get it and then like your mellow, but you can't sing. You Gut zero vocal chops whatsoever. None is you're in the fact that you've made it this far without that natural talent is the ultimate lottery ticket of lottery tickets. HMM, you know. So, yeah, yeah, ultimately, okay, you can respect where they came from, what they did, what they achieved, but God, you lose respect when they're still bringing that fucking they dragon, that dead horse now baby, and they just fucking spank at it. It's true. I feel like they rewrote californication like four or five times now that from then on, you know, basically it's it's like, I don't know, and it's do you know what I'm saying about that single note stuff, where it's like that that song can't stop, but did do the read, but the guitar is just like that. Bank, bank, bank, bank, burning, rank. Yeah, rank, rank. It's just like one note and it's like the exact opposite of what Frushante used to do. And, don't get me wrong, like flee, their basis fleet is a legend. I mean he he's listening back. Now that I'm a little older and know a little more and I've listened to other bases like, I can see that flee is I don't want to call him a one trick pony, but he kind of does one thing and he does it really fucking well. He's really good at that slap base that you know. You hear it in pretty much all their music. But but it's even even he and Chad Smith on the drums are getting a little, it sounds a little tired. Guys. You know Lee. You know him and Anthony Keatis were in the movie the chase, true, and then flee was in back to the future two and three, and now flee and as he's credited as flee. So God blessing for never adjusting his moniker. With a from Michael Balz or. Yeah, he's on Obi Wan Kenobi. Is He really? Yeah, I haven't seen it. So flee he was. He was in he was in the butthole surfers. Who was in my room last night? Video the Eagle Right, so he's been around, I mean, but everybody knows the legendary stories. Socks in their cocks and fucking flee pouring crazy glue into an open wound on his thumbs so he can continue to slap the bass. Yeah, you know, but God, yeah, they are legends, but they're what happens when one of those bands that were so exciting and young and just legends in their youth just doesn't burn out. You know, they're one of those bands like you know, sometimes you get bummed out. You like, Damn, I wish Nirvana was still around. I wish, and I know that sounds Super Morbid, but it's like sometimes you're like, yeah, what are the Chili pepper is still doing around? Yeah, well, the exactly. But yet you don't wanted to. You don't want them to die. You just know. I'm tired they write. Enjoy all that Moolah, all that shut uh and go sit in your mansion and, you know, fucking get with your models in the hot tub. Do that instead, you know. Yeah, but you couldn't pay me. Well, maybe you could, but I would enjoy you could pay me to listen to a new chili peppers album. I I just it's a hard pass for me. Yeah, so, yeah, tables have turned. They've spun around like the head in the exorcist. Piece Soup everywhere was as sad as I am about the Chili peppers. I'm glad you and I agree on this. Yeah, no, think I wasn't sure. Yeah, no, thank you. So, yeah, I mean I don't know. Mano. They must still have a...

...rabid fan base as well, and I wonder if we could ever find, I would love to do this, actually find like a staunch red hot chili pepper supporter and have them on the show to mend their favorite band and their progression over the years and kind of duel it out with us. Put on their gloves, throw down. The challenge is out there, Gauntlet. There you go. It's right right there. You want to do it, you want to defend the RHCP, they come do it with Mummmmm me, which, yeah, that could be a lyric for Anthony Key. This right there. Yeah, scat that, Anthona, scatter it up, scat it up, you know, real quick. It just on this as well, is I think about some of the bands like Arrowsmith. HMM, if a new aerosmith record came out, like who's going to be like, oh, yeah, they got a new sound man, they got something new going at they did not going to do it. Just ain't gonna happen. It's right. And then you got the other guys who, like I Bon Jovi, I think, in the early is release some music that were like, oh well, we're going to add, yea some more s elements or something. Of course, five years too late to our sound. Going to add some industrial to bond Joe and it just doesn't work because at that point it's over, man, because they weren't known for being creative and innovative in any way anyway. Right, exactly, anyway. And they're like a bubble gum s band. Yeah, so, so, yeah, Chili peppers were fresh and exciting. But again they're kind of but they're not even again I use the term one trick ponies. There they are, there, one trick ponies, but the trick they're doing nowadays isn't the same trick they did when they were kids, you know, which let's. I guess makes sense. They're not kids anymore. But but that was the Chili's we likes, guys. Yeah, although I don't know. Yeah, I can listen to blood sugar, sex magic just because of its on experimentation in certain parts and the cool guitar lines and they do some cool chord changes and stuff. But but honestly, with some of the lyrics and some of the some of the chilis music, I feel a little weird listening to it past like twenty five. Well, you know, red hot chili pepper is our TEENA others favorite band. Oh, so there you go, pot calling the kettle black. My Bad, you like those lyrics are Gross, disgusting. Oh my God, I mean back then it was a totally a propriate yeah, now it's like, Oh, dude, I feel dead to it. I need a Shaw Waw. No, I mean I none of that bothers me. Yeah, I hope old ass Anthony Kyi, this is not singing sir psycho sexy on stage at sixty or whatever. Please do you bring it. You bring that fucking Shit. If I paid to come see you, I want sor psycho sexy via wheelchair. You fucking Phil Collins, that Shit motherfucker. Get up there and belt it out. I don't give a fuck. But Anyway, I digress, or something like that, whatever people say when they're trying to change the topic, because I don't want to talk about the Red Hot Chili peppers anymore. I just don't, because they stink. Yep, they suck. Anyway, what do you get planned on going on for the rest of the day now, because we're about to leave. If you guys couldn't tell, I'm doing like the whole slow mosy to the door anyway. So you know soon. Anyways, professionals in a podcast it is kind of Hemm and hall. Yeah, until we're out. But you got anything good going on? Oh, why are you fucking jumping out of a cake getting shot out of a cannon if the night goes well? Yeah, I don't know. Probably just get something to eat and crash. Yeah, it's a little later here. It's like it's like six, I'm old man. Yeah, there you go, get get a bite to eat, watch your kids in the all episode. That's a good, all bad. Yeah, call back right, fucking man, that's good stuff. Man, watch it and watch that documentary comedy punks. It's very good. I didn't even know that was part of I didn't know that was out. So that's out. And then there's also another good documentary on George Carlin via Hbo Max, I heard. I haven't seen that yet either. Hiland, I get so much to ware. You Go. So everybody out there, thank you for listening to the show, but now I've given you a laundry list you can watch stranger things for. That's out. So thank you, Dave. All right, man, you're welcome. Great. Now my week is shot. Yep, no productivity, just watch television. Here you go. I'm going to read and I'm going to eat some fruit snacks. Good hit, some fucking, some frosted MINUTI. Know that this all ties into that too, because I like to eat candy when I read. Now I'm like I'm doing for snacks man, because in my mind is got made with that ten percent real fruit juice. Sounds hot and...

I hate fruit, but I'll eat the fruit snack. So here we go. But them just stuff the for us. To many weeds up your button. Scrape about. That could work. I mean, we ever tried this reverse to see how it affective? It is, I just sounds off. They are you scientists? Make this happen? The frosted miniwheat reverse ENEMA. Wait, is that a reverse cinema or a regular anima? It's like a it's like a dry enema, it's a LOOFA. It's okay, it's like dry cleaning your butt. Humans centipede this shit. But I do want to thank all of you for taking the time to listen to us today. Virtual hugs for all of you. You Rock, you rule and I am not too cool for school and I drool, but I am Dave. That is nate and this has been the selling out show. He.

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